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Steve Storey Shreds the Bob Gnarly Trail in Pemberton
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Our PlayNow series highlights an epic POV clip so you can get in on the action even when you're stuck behind a desk. Pemberton, British Columbia, has some incredible riding, but a local and visitor favorite within the Mackenzie Basin Riding Area is the Bob Gnarly Trail. The local trail builders went in and rerouted it to make it fast, flowy, and according to pro mountain biker Steve Storey, “a really good time.” Find more from Storey on Facebook and Instagram.